Re: Neat gtk/gdk-imlib pain
On Mon, Mar 01, 1999 at 11:48:45AM -0800, Brent A. Fulgham wrote:
> I've actually found unstable to be highly stable in most instances.
> It is very infrequently that I find my unstable machine to have
> problems. I can count the times -- major libc upgrade, perl5.005, and
> during the "great X reorg". But none of these ever left my machine in
> a completely unusable state. And never did the condition last for
> more than a day or so.
> I think the "usable" distribution would be an unneeded waste of
I have often found the GNOME applications in unstable in a non-usable
state. I usually discover this after I have upgraded over semi-working
set of apps that were installed on my machine.
I would also think that mirrors would be encouraged to mirror usable and
not "unstable", which should cut mirror pulse traffic drastically.
Ean Schuessler An oderless programmer work-a-like
Novare International Inc. Silent and motionless
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